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The Bill of rights in Action: The Right to Privacy.


Published 1970


An open-ended film designed to instigate discussion on what constitutes an unreasonable invasion of privacy, focusing on the Fourth Amendment, Search and Seizure. Presents a case in which an electronic surveillance by the police at a bookmaking operation results in the issuance of a search warrant, arrests, and a pretrial hearing. For more on director Bernard Wilets, visit http://www.afana.org/wilets.htm


Run time 23:08
Producer Bernard Wilets
Production Company Bernard Wilets
Sponsor David Nelson
Audio/Visual sound, color

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